|Mark and Tim: Treatment Plant - Mark Kuzio|
This is a funny look at how the Belfast sewage treatment plant works. Mark and Tim are two local funny guys who have a show that is remarkably informative at times.
Keywords: sewage treatment; Belfast; Maine; city; pollution; interview; people; natural resources
|Somewhere in Waldo County: Baldwin - Ned Lightner|
A home that is energy efficient and "off the grid" that was built for under $25,000 is the subject of this program. We get a tour of this innovative home by its builder, Peter Baldwin.
Keywords: interview; people; natural resources; sustainability; energy efficiency; Peter Baldwin; homes
|The Dump - Mark Kuzio|
The Mark and Tim Show visit the Belfast,Maine recycling center aka the dump. They interview those who work there, take a tour, and get a look at what goes on inside.
Keywords: interview; conservation; natural resources; recycling; trash; dump; Belfast; environmental services
|Fisherman's Tales: David Black - Ned Lightner|
David Black has been fishing along the coast of Maine for over 38 years. This is an interview with David, who shares memories and opinions about fishing.
Keywords: interview; lobstering; fishing; maritime history; natural resources; oral history; Maine; Penobscot Bay; David Black
|Somewhere in Waldo County:Mussels - Ned Lightner|
This program gives a tour of a mussel raft that raises mussels for food, located in Penobscot Bay.
Keywords: mussels; aquaculture; Pemaquid Mussel Farm; Penobscot bay; interview; fishing; farming; natural resources; maritime history
|John Ford--Game Warden - Ned Lightner|
John Ford has seen it all as a game warden serving Waldo County Maine. Fortunately, he is also a gifted storyteller. This program was recorded at Belfast Senior College. Ford had his audience entranced by the numerous interesting accounts of his career.
Keywords: people; conservation; lecture; natural resources; John Ford; game warden; Waldo County; law enforcement; Maine
|Moses Greenleaf: Maine's First Mapmaker - Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen|
Historian, Holly Hurd gives a talk about Moses Greenleaf who is regarded as Maine's first mapmaker,among other professions. This program is a New Gloucester Historical Society presentation.
Keywords: Moses Greenleaf; people; maps; surveyor; lecture; oral history; natural resources; travel; settlers; borders; Masons
|Smokey McKeen--Folklorist - Ned Lightner|
Smokey McKeen is a folklorist who has been gathering the stories of people from Waldo County, Maine for decades. He gave a talk at Belfast Senior Collegewhere he recounts some of these stories.
Keywords: live event; education; oral history; natural resources; folklore; Waldo County; Maine; Belfast; Smokey McKeen; Senior College
|Jack and the Windmill - Nelson Cole,New Farmer Films|
Skowhegan,Maine veterinarian,Jack Gibson is worried about climate change and energy independence,so he installed a windmill.
Keywords: interview; weather; conservation; natural resources; windmill; climate change; alternative energy; Skowhegan; Maine
|Ice Storm Rondel - Toni Seger|
Visual poetry brings to life Maine's devastating ice storm in 1998. Residents often recall when their beloved woods seem to scream in pain as weighted limbs cracked and fell all around them. Timothy Richardson's poetry recited by Jeff Flint plus photos from the event brings to life this "innocent agony".
Keywords: literature; poetry; weather; arts; oral history; natural resources; ice; storm; woods; trees; news
|From The Top - Toni Seger|
"From the Top" is Timothy Richardson's poetic tribute to the creative process recited by Jeff Flint. It captures and enshrines an overwhelming feeling of awe at nature's beauty and uses this universal experience to describe that moment when inspiration produces creativity.
Keywords: literature; poetry; arts; natural resources; national parks; creativity; nature; spirituality; inspiration
|Harvesters of the Sea - GEM Productions|
The history of the Algin Corporation located in Rockland, Maine and the development of a unique and indispensable food ingredient manufactured from seaweed called carrageenan.
Keywords: interview; carrageenan; seaweed; sea moss; food ingredient; marine colloids; natural resources; Algin Corporation
|Complete Spannochia Symposium 2010 - Arthur Nichols|
Italian farmers, cooks, food conservationists and others come to Maine as part of a symposium on food, landscape, and community in Tuscany and New England.
Keywords: food; Italy; farming; farm; landscape; community; Tuscany; Spannochia; Arthur Nichols; CTN; Community Television Network; interview; education; people; conservation; natural resources
|Saco River Indian Cellar - SRC-TV|
This documentary looks at the efforts of Hollis,Maine residents to protect the historic and natural landmark site of Saco River Indian Cellar from proposed lot subdivision development and preserve it as a protected park forever.
Keywords: Native Americans,hydropower,Skelton dam,John Mattor,Hollis Conservation Commission,Trust for Public Land,logging,conservation; natural resources; Salmon River Gorge; Hollis; Maine; Saco River Indian Cellar; forest; river; development; documentary